|Errors in Running: Pulling - Pose Tech Productions|
How do we pull our foot from the ground? We learned pulling, we have learned falling. Last week we went over errors in running like "push off." Following our logic, this week we present errors in pulling. Landing ahead of the GCM, pulling late, etc. all covered this week! Featuring Debbie Savage.
Keywords: Pose Method; Pose Tech; Debbie Savage; Dr. Nicholas Romanov; Run Injury Free; Pulling Errors
|Errors and Mistakes in Running - Pose Tech Production|
The Pose Method of Running is a standard in running. An error is defined as any deviation from the standard. This week Dr. Romanov shows us the common errors and mistakes we can make and how to avoid them while learning correct technique. Featuring Debbie Savage.
Keywords: Debbie Savage; Dr. Nicholas Romanov; Pose Method; Pose Tech; Run Injury-Free; Running Tutorial; Free
|Upper Body Position in Running - Pose Tech Productions|
All questions about body positions should be narrowed to one question: Do they enhance performance of you run? If yes, then how, if no, then why? As a follow up to yesterday's article we will break from Uphill/Downhill Running (which will be available in coming weeks) and focus on Upper Body Position during running. Dr. Romanov explains some of the basic elements to correct body position as well as a short demonstration of exaggerated lean forwards/backwards from the waist...
Keywords: Upper Body; Running Injury Free; Free Running; Pose Running Pose Method Pose Tech Dr. Nicholas Romanov Running Drills
|Errors and Mistakes in Running - Pose Tech Productions/ Dr. Nicholas Romanov|
The Pose Method of Running is a standard in running. An error is defined as any deviation from the standard. This week Dr. Romanov shows us the common erros and mistakes we can make and how to avoid them while learning correct technique. Featuring Debbie Savage.
Keywords: Errors in running; Mistakes in running; Pose Method; Dr. Nicholas Romanov; Debbie Savage; Pose Tech; Running; Injury-Free
|Running Slowly (Jogging) - Pose Tech Productions|
Running slowly is often harder to do than running faster. How so? Well, for one, running slowly still requires a high turn over. This has two purposes, first to use elastic compenents of our tendons (less so than sprinting but some none the less), and second to keep ground contact to a minimum to avoid injuries by not allowing you to load your knees and other joints with unneccesary weight. So, slow running or jogging is really running with a slight lean, a more compact range of motion, while ma...
Keywords: how to jog; jogging effectively; injury free jogging; jogging advice; running slowly; Pose Tech; Pose Method; Dr. Nicholas Romanov; Free Running; jogging guide; jogging tips; jogging video tips